I am looking for
information, There was a gentleman who made wreaths and sold them at
that gas station at the top of the mountain headed down to wilkes (
maybe it was a citgo ) across from the tiny log mill.... ? Now that the
station is closed I was wondering if any of the locals knew who he was
or where he might be selling his wreaths this year? Thanks so much
“Dining out in North Carolina will become
healthier starting Saturday, January 2, when the state’s new smokefree
restaurants and bars law goes into effect.
The local health department encourages local residents
to celebrate Tasty Tuesdays. Anyone can participate in Tasty Tuesdays by
visiting any local restaurant for one meal every Tuesday in January.
It’s a great way to show appreciation to local restaurants for
cooperating with the new law.
To report a possible business violation of the
smokefree restaurants and bars law, call the local health department, or visit
www.smokefree.nc.gov, or call the Care-Line at 1-800-662-7030.
The High Country High School Community Chorale will perform their Christmas choral concert on Thursday, December 17, 2009. The performance will take place in Hayes School of Music in Rosen Concert Hall on A.S.U.’s campus beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Santa's Toy Box collection effort kicked off Friday with a day-long effort in front of Mast General Store in downtown Boone. Hopes for a successful effort were raised with the generosity of folks who stopped by and gave new toys or money.
Oak Grove will host a special outdoor Christmas drama next Friday Dec. 11 at 6:30pm called "Journey to the Cross". The performance is free and open to the public. Hot chocolate and apple cider will be served. For more information call (828)268-1143.